Senior meeting has been changed due the Meet the Teacher event being rescheduled and it would be impossible to be at Mcdonald’s senior fundraiser and the meeting. Meeting will be Thursday, September 5th at 6PM.

Come join us for Meet the Teacher Night on September 11, 2019, 4pm – 6pm.

DEAR PARENTS:
You are Cordially Invited to Attend the
Harmony Science Academy – San Antonio
Title I Parent and Family Engagement Meeting

When: September 4, 2019
Session 1: 4 pm
Session 2: 5 pm
Where: Large Cafeteria

Goal/Purpose: Review, evaluate and update/develop Written Parent and Family Engagement (PFE) Policy and the School-Parent Compact

Agenda Items:
Title I Program Presentation
Review and evaluate last year’s PFE Policy and School-Parent Compact
Jointly develop PFE Policy and Compact for current year
School’s Curriculum, Academic Performance
Comments, Q&A

In Harmony’s continued effort to build stronger relationships between our campus and your family, We encourage you to take advantage of our Home Visit program. To receive your own home visit, please click the link and fill out the form below. http://shorturl.at/gqAC1

Come join us for Meet the Teacher Night on September 11, 2019, 4pm – 6pm.

 

Harmony Science Academy and it’s district received A Rating by the Texas Education Agency (TEA)

Advance Academic Parent Night – Come learn more about our college readiness programs. August 22nd at 5:30PM inside the HSA Cafeteria. We will have a UT Austin Representative on site to answer your questions. (see flyers for more details)

 

 

Here is the 2019-2020 bell schedule.   It will remain the same as last school year.

Dear Harmony Parent,
Harmony Public Schools would like to remind you of an important change in the after-school child care program at your student’s campus.
Beginning Aug. 1, the campus after-school care program will be administered by the Harmony Education Foundation, rather than by our previous provider. Pricing will remain the same.
The Harmony Education Foundation (HEF) is a tax-exempt, nonprofit organization founded to support the Harmony mission of providing free, high-quality STEM education to all students.
The Foundation’s support includes scholarships to Harmony graduates; grants to community-based and philanthropic Harmony classroom programs; Harmony teacher grants; scholarships to current students with financial needs; micro-grants to Harmony teachers creating innovations and improvements to Harmony learning; grants to Harmony campuses; and most recently, the readiness and ability to take on a childcare program at our Harmony campuses.
The most significant distinction between the past and the present child care systems is that should the new daycare programs generate revenues exceeding program costs, those funds will be directed back to Harmony Public Schools projects to provide enriched opportunities for Harmony students, teachers, and alumni.
As with any transition we expect that there will be initial challenges but being on the same team, the Foundation and Harmony will work together to minimize that possibility.
For more information about enrolling your child in the Harmony Education Foundation after-school program, visit https://www.harmonyed.org or email mike@harmonyed.org.
Thank you.
Harmony Public Schools

2019-2020 Traffic Flow Map

School Cafe is up for Lunch Applications for school year 2019-2020.
Parents please visit www.SchoolCafe.com to submit Lunch application for school year 2019-2020.